Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel announces renovation plans

Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel is undergoing a full refurbishment of all guestrooms, the Vivaldi restaurant and other facilities in the hotel. As of July 8, the hotel is not operational and will be closed to the public during the eight to 10 month renovation.

The renovation of the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel will include a complete redesign of the public spaces and all 262 rooms and suites. Known as “Lady of the Creek,” the hotel is a landmark retreat in the area.

Drawing inspiration from European classical design influences as well as Dubai’s modern tastes, the hotel’s new design will have Arabic-influenced accents which celebrate the emirate, depicting scenes of Dubai old and new, Arabic patterns and of the importance of water.


The hotel is eyeing to re-open in 2014. The re-designed rooms will offer a marriage of style and technology, proving tailored contemporary design and classical furniture which has a residential feel. All guestrooms will have enhanced technology with a 42 inch LCD television, DVD player, iPod docking station and Wi-Fi Internet. The hotel will also introduce the brand’s signature [email protected] experienced with Microsoft experience – a social, technology hub in the lobby where guests can stay connected.

Furthermore, the hotel’s Italian restaurant Vivaldi restaurant and bar will also be undergoing a full refurbishment. The new Vivaldi restaurant’s design is inspired by a Tuscan Villa. The Hatta room overlooking the pool and Creek will be turned into a breakfast venue offering a light and airy space.

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